Dr Sophia D. Amenyah, Prof. Jane Murphy & Prof. Lee-Ann Fenge

Dr. Sophia D. Amenyah is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Faculty of Health and Social Science, Bournemouth University, UK. Sophia is a co-lead on the EU-funded Interreg project, 'Adding to Social capital and individual Potential In disadvantaged REgions' (ASPIRE) evaluation team. She is a Registered Nutritionist (Nutrition Science; UKVRN, AfN) and has a PhD in Nutrition and Genomics Medicine. Her key interests include personalized nutrition, community nutrition and assessment, realist evaluation and public health nutrition policies.
Twitter handle: @SophiaAmenyah

Prof. Jane Murphy is a Professor of Nutrition at Bournemouth University (BU). Jane is a Registered Nutritionist and Dietitian and co-leads the Ageing and Dementia Research Centre at BU. Her research is committed to key nutrition-related problems in older adults, especially the complex problems faced by people living with dementia and translation of nutrition science into practice.
Twitter handle: @JaneLMurphy100

Prof. Lee-Ann Fenge is a Professor of Social Care in the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences. She is Director of the Centre for Seldom Heard Voices and the National Centre for Post-Qualifying Social Work at Bournemouth University. She is a Registered Social Worker and is committed to advancing the professional evidence base of social care practitioners. Her research has focused on participatory and arts-based methods to engage with seldom heard voices, and she is passionate about working in partnership with those who use health and social care services to create new knowledge to inform practice.

Twitter handle: @LFenge
Project Twitter handles: @InterregASPIRE; @healthandeurope; @hss_bu; @BU_Research

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